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“Spotting and shutting down offending site networks is a bit like playing whack-a-mole. Knock one out, another pops up.”
“If you want to call something an ‘inefficient use of resources,’ we’d prefer you bring some numbers to the table.”
Prof. Marcia Stepanek, Prof. Tom Watson, and Prof. Howard Greenstein teach students how to use innovative tactics in multimedia storytelling and social media to support nonprofit organizations.
M.S. in Bioethics director Dr. Robert Klitzman speaks of the relationship between medicine and spirituality on The Huffington Post Religion podcast.
Robert Klitzman explains the ethical issues involved in diagnosing someone whom he hasn't treated, and the difficulty in treating narcissists.
Professor Marc Levy shared insight on the politics of climate change in his recent Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) session.
The Fundraising Management professor speaks about Mark Zuckerberg's recent philanthropic initiative.
The Sustainability Management professor and Times contributor interviews Prof. Scott Barrett about game theory and climate change negotiations in Columbia Magazine.
The American Language Program (ALP) is pleased to announce its Winter Conference to be held on Saturday, February 27, 2016.
Dr. Robert Klitzman speaks with Modern Healthcare about the ethics of studying increased medical intern hours.